PHOTOS: Boundless Pennies 'flock' Dr. John Noble's business - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

PHOTOS: Boundless Pennies 'flock' Dr. John Noble's business

(Source: Mona DeFries) (Source: Mona DeFries)
SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA (KPLC) -

A mix-up with our video on the 7News Sunrise show last week sparked the creation of a unique fundraising idea.

Our anchors were talking about flamingos getting eye surgery, but the video of Dr. John Noble at the Imperial Calcasieu Surgery Center was shown.

A non-profit organization 'Boundless Pennies' happened to be 'flocking' people at the time with yard flamingo as a fundraiser, so a local couple paid them to 'flock' his business.

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